Month: October 2017

This is not your Aunt Mary’s lasagna—or one you’ve likely encountered from any family member! There’s no tomato sauce and no meat. Just fresh pasta sheets layered with four different kinds of delicious cheese. This lasagna is golden with crispy-chewy edges on top and creamy insides in the middle. This makes a heavenly and decadent
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I have been a long-time follower of Naomi Robinson’s blog, Baker’s Royale. It was her lush and textured photography style that initially drew me in, but it’s been her delicious, homemade desserts that keep me coming back. Her new book, also titled Baker’s Royale, is full of beautifully shot, approachable recipes – 75 of them!
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This easy one-pot chicken and rice soup is one that definitely deserves to be in your collection. It’s just the thing for warming you up on a cold night, or providing comfort when you’re feeling under the weather. The best part? You literally throw all the ingredients in the pot and let them simmer in
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Don’t you love a good stir-fry? The following stir-fried pork recipe couldn’t be easier. All you need is lean pork, some green onions, and garlic. You marinate thin strips of pork first in a mixture of soy sauce, a little sugar, and cornstarch. The cornstarch marinade is a useful trick to help keep the pork
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Ah, meatloaf…the American classic supper! Despite her desperate five o’clock scramble, my mom – an artist and mother of four — always managed to pull off a mean meatloaf. I remember her frantically pulling apart a slice or two of bread to make crumbs, and then throwing them into a bowl with an egg, some
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I love these crunchy, sesame-coated pork chops, and placing them the on top of a fresh spinach salad turns them into a complete meal. I sometimes make an extra chop just to have for lunch the next day. Heaven! Continue reading “Sesame-Crusted Pork Cutlets with Crispy Shallots” » Simply Recipes
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I’m always on the hunt for new ways to get a healthy dinner on the table and fresh flavor combinations to keep things interesting. When a cookbook checks both of these boxes, it earns a special place in my heart. Enter my friend Michelle Tam’s latest release, Ready or Not!: 150+ Make-Ahead, Make-Over, and Make-Now
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Welcome to our new series of weekly meal plans! This month, Summer Miller will be sharing with us what meal planning looks like in her house. Summer is a mom, a full-time food writer, and also helps test the fabulous recipes we bring you every week at Simply Recipes. Summer is definitively over, and now we find
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This recipe for creamy potatoes with cheese and tomatoes is adapted from one we found in Sunset Magazine years ago, and is inspired by a classic dish in Colombian cooking—papas chorreadas. Potatoes are boiled in salted water, then smothered in a sauce made with fresh tomatoes, onions, cream, and cheese. So good! Continue reading “Creamy
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Most people associate scampi with shrimp and other shellfish, but guess what? This classic pasta dish works just as well with chicken. The richness from the butter and olive oil are balanced by the acidity of the lemon juice and white wine. You also get a punch of garlic, a hint of heat from the
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